Post rankings: see in seconds the most engaging posts, what they look like and how they are structured with their title, image, message and description
Total engagement: how many reactions, shares, comments each post is getting
Engagement by type of reaction: see post reactions by types (haha, angry, sad, etc.) and get to know what people think about the content
Number of shares: how many times people thought their network should know about this post
Number of comments: how many times people have shared their thoughts and opinions on a post
Publication date: how recent the trending topics are.
Is the post recent? Or is it an old post still trending despite its age?
Engagement trend: see how engagement evolves over time and predict whether a given piece of content/topic is worth using in your own upcoming publications
Pages: find the pages you would like to follow to see what they are posting and how well their content is performing
Topics: select topics you are interested in and track what is being published on these subjects - and how they are trending
By total engagement: have posts with the most reactions, shares and comments appear first
By reactions: rank the most popular posts by type of reaction - e.g. know which posts get the most likes or angry
By shares: rank posts by the number of times users have shared them with their networks
By number of comments: rank posts by the number of comments they received from users
By publication date: rank posts by how recently they were published and see how they are performing
By engagement trend: rank posts by how much their engagement has grown within a given timeframe
Creation date: sort posts by date of creation to find out how well posts published within a certain timeframe have engaged and if they still get engagement
Geography: focus your searches on certain territories (cities, regions, states, countries)
Category: sort posts by their tags - i.e. the industries/categories of the pages that published them.
e.g. Liverpool FC is under categories Sports Club, Sports, Sports Team
Type of post: include or exclude certain types of posts - video, link, photo, event, status, video, music or note
Weak Surge Detection™: Nonli’s Weak Surge Detection will help you spot hot topics before they start trending by normalising the number of fans throughout Facebook - you will be sure to compare equitably how much posts from pages with few fans engage vs. pages with a large audience.